He is, if you will, busy cleaning up the night of riots that occurred in Stuttgart a year ago. Social worker Wolfgang Schlub-Hock runs compensation conferences, also known as offender-victim reconciliation. More on this in our video interview.
Stuttgart – As an experienced social worker in the youth sector, Wolfgang Schlub-Hauck has already gone through a lot. But even the expert from the Offenders Compensation Unit – Oprah did not expect riots like the one that began a year ago in Eckensee in Stuttgart.
He told me that there is friction sometimes when the police are searching face tom interview. But the nature of the excesses surprised me. And maybe young people themselves, too. He doesn’t have a hundred percent explanation for this.
Conversation behind closed doors
Last year, Schlupp-Hauck, 63, was about to retire, somewhat busy cleaning up. He ran compensation conferences in which perpetrators (mostly teenagers and young adults) and victims (shopkeepers, police officers) sat at a table in Stuttgart City Hall.
In a video interview with editor Tom Hörner, the social worker tells how such a behind-closed-doors meeting works and what he hopes for – it all started at a police search, in Eckensee at the Opera.
If you want to know more about offender and victim compensation: www.toa-bw.de.
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